Problematic ‘one size fits all’ approach to new-build charger legislation

From June onwards new UK government legislation will come into force that will require all new buildings to be built with an electric vehicle charger. However, industry leaders warn that adopting a one-size-fits-all approach may mean the need to replace the chargers once the homeowner moves in.

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Electric vehicle installer code to protect consumers as Government scheme closes

Electric Vehicle Consumer Code for Home Chargepoints (EVCC) will continue to apply rigorous checks to guarantee installers deliver high quality installations for homeowners after the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) closes on 31 March.

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Fuuse survey: are OZEV applications hindering EV rollout?

A recent survey of EV installers in the UK, carried out by charge point management platform Fuuse, found OZEV grant applications to be the biggest hurdle installers are facing, and may be hindering EV rollout despite the aim to incentivise it.

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